Amidst the global pandemic, Stone Soup Poetry has been offering an
online open mic via Zoom for anyone interested. This continues to
receive an amazing response, and we appreciate everyone's participation.
Join us on February 9 as we celebrate the release of Chalk Song
--a collection inspired by Werner Herzog's extraordinary documentary film, Cave of Forgotten
Dreams, about the discovery of a cave full of Paleolithic art.--and the three authors behind it.
Gale Batchelder lives in Cambridge, MA. Her poems have appeared in in print and online at Colorado Review, Lily Poetry Review, What Rough Beast
(Indolent Books), SpoKe4, Amethyst Arsenic,
and White Whale Review,
and in two anthologies of ekphrastic poems, New Smoke
and Triumph of Poverty
from Off the Park Press. Recently she has collaborated with a local dance company, teXtmoVes, in a performance of her poem, The Body Apologies.
Susan Berger-Jones is an architect and poet. She has had a hand in building homes, museums, sheds, pools, auditoriums, birdhouses, sand castles and skyscrapers. Her written and visual work has appeared in Drunken Boat, No Exit,
and two anthologies of ekphrastic poems edited by Off the Park Press.
Judson Evans is a poet whose work has focused on crossing genres and collaboration. He regularly publishes haiku, and the related form of haibun, as well as contemporary lyric poems. He was recently named Haibun Editor of Frogpond,
the journal of the Haiku Society of America. In 2007, he was chosen as an "Emerging Poet" by John Yau for The Academy of American Poets and won the Philip Booth Poetry Prize from Salt Hill Review
in 2013. His poems have appeared most recently in Folio, Volt, 1913: a journal of forms, Cutbank,
and The Sugar House Review.
His poems have been set to music by composers such as Mohammed Farouz and Marti Epstein, and most recently he has collaborated with videographer Ray Klimek to produce an essay film Remote Viewing
and with the Boston-based dance group teXtmoVes to develop his poem The Way Things Go
into a dance piece.
Join us on February 9 from 7:00 to 9:00 PM ET by clicking this link.
The meeting ID is 881 8023 3058